Scotland Island Road Closure - Update
Council will return next Thursday, weather permitting, to continue
maintenance works on Richard Road, between Cargo and Bell. Half
the road is currently closed off due to unstable surface.
THIS SECTION OF ROAD WILL
BE CLOSED THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16 TO CARRY OUT THIS WORK.
Please be supportive of Council's road crew as they are doing their
best to complete these maintenance works. It is not a permanent
solution and any queries or frustrations you may have about our roads
and drainage should be directed to Senior Council staff. The crew
would appreciate some positive feedback for the work they are carrying
out under the current maintenance budget.
Please put your material out as described below, in attached brochure
and the Pittwater Offshore Directory
BY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19
- A maximum of 2 cubic metres of vegetation for each
- Leaf litter, grass clippings and prunings TO BE
PLACED IN HARD SIDED CONTAINERS
- Branches to be no longer than 1.2m and BUNDLED AND
TIED TOGETHER WITH TWINE
- No plastic, hessian or nylon bags
- No cardboard, foam or polystyrene boxes
- No soil or untied bundles
- Any material not complying with collection guidelines
will be left on the road side for residents to arrange private
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`Shop' on the Island ?
Scotland Island Players are meeting on Friday 24th February, 8 pm, at
Liz Brand`s, 10 Florence Terrace to read a play, and maybe send it on
it's way to production later in the year.
The story involves a group of women, who decide to re-furbish a
derelict house on the Island, for a commercial enterprise. Some others
are not too happy about such, and have other plans. The women have
grown up here, all gone to Pittwater High, had romances, husbands,
etc., and now want to do something different with their lives.
The plot tangles, and untangles, mysterious relics appear, and everyone
has a lot of fun.
If you are interested and would like to be involved, come along. If you
need directions, or can join us later in the process, then call Bob, on
0414 994 092, or 9999 4092 in the evenings or weekends, or Kez ( &
the answering machine) on 9999 40902
8th March 2012
Hosted by the OFFSHORE GRAMEEN GROUP
ELVINA BAY FIRE SHED - 7:30 AM
$20 includes full breakfast & lucky door prize
The talk will be given by Nila Chambers. The subject is
Microfinance...... Empowering women to escape poverty through small
PO Box 181
CHURCH POINT, NSW 2105
085 686 686
PO Box 201
CHURCH POINT, NSW 2105 firstname.lastname@example.org
0457 277 222
Bookings essential for catering purposes.
Countdown to Clean Up
Australia Day 2012
Up Australia Day - Sunday 4 March 2012
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Anusara Yoga Classes
Yoga has been Dominique's
passion for 22 years
Her classes offer: -
Classes are suitable for all levels/ages and those dealing with
physical pain/challenges can be offered effective poses for healing and
- lightness of spirit
- and precision …. which will bring a sense of
aliveness, calm & centeredness
For 10 weeks: Every Thursday 2nd Feb to 5th April
$23 casual per class (mats, blankets etc provided)
$20 per class if 5 or more prepaid 7.00 pm to 8.30 pm
In the Community Hall on Scotland Island
Need more information?
Come along to a class or contact:
Dominique Marill on 0421 762236
Person Ocean Going Kayak
Including paddles and clip in seats.
Phone: Nila 99992445
4.1m Polycraft Challenger
“Open Boat” - $4,200
Very stable and safe commuter/fishing boat.
Complete set-up for low maintenance, low cost commuting.
25hp Tohatsu motor
Automatic/manual bilge pump operation
Stern and bow anchors with ample chain
Very effective, well constructed ‘engine protector’
Security cable and line
Registered to November 2012
Fuel tank and 10 litre spare fuel container
Currently moored next to Cargo wharf – in one of the best protected
positions around the Island
Phone: 9979 9376 or 0403 193 511
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